5 Tips to manage cat allergies

5 Tips to manage cat allergies

If only you didn't have a runny nose and watery eyes, you may be interested in getting a cat...

Here are 5 tips to help to manage cat allergies! It's true that cats can cause allergies, but it doesn't mean you should immediately throw them out as a pet. Animal dander is the most common allergen, and certain breeds produce far more of it than others. If you're allergic to cats, it's a good idea to spend some time with a variety of cats before adopting or purchasing one. Even if you're allergic to cats, there are still ways you can control your symptoms, even if you have a cat-owning friend or spouse.

1. Restrict access to specific areas of the home.

If you have a cat allergy, you may want to keep the cat out of your bedroom and just allow them into a few other rooms of the house.

2. Your hands should be washed.

Before touching your face or rubbing your eyes after handling or caressing your cat, make sure to wash your hands with soap and water.

3. Use air purifiers to remove allergens from the air.

Cat allergies, as well as other airborne allergens like dust mites, are combated by air purifiers. You and your cat may benefit from one if you use one.

4. Keep to a regular bathing schedule.

In addition to reducing dandruff, giving your cat a bath keeps her looking and feeling her best.

5. Antihistamines can help alleviate symptoms.

If you have an allergy to cats, talk to your doctor or pharmacist about the best antihistamine to use. Many of the more common symptoms, such as a runny nose and swollen, watery eyes, can be alleviated by taking an over-the-counter drug such as an antihistamine.

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